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February 14, 2008

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Mike Mathiesen

Mitt Romney endorses John McCain because they made a deal behind closed doors. Watch for Romney being picked for head of Defense Dept. so that he can improve on his lack of military bona-fides, having never put on a uniform and advising his four sons to stay out of the army too.

Romney will be given this Cabinet Post because McCain gets his delegates now, in return for boosting Romney's chances at the 2012 Election, should McCain die in office or not be reelectible. Secretary of State is also on the Table because Condoleeza must go, being too closely tainted by the Bush Fiasco.

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Mike Mathiesen

Mitt Romney endorses John McCain because they made a deal behind closed doors. Watch for Romney being picked for head of Defense Dept. so that he can improve on his lack of military bona-fides, having never put on a uniform and advising his four sons to stay out of the army too.

Romney will be given this Cabinet Post because McCain gets his delegates now, in return for boosting Romney's chances at the 2012 Election, should McCain die in office or not be reelectible. Secretary of State is also on the Table because Condoleeza must go, being too closely tainted by the Bush Fiasco.

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Resident Atheist

I think you give Romney too much credit, John. I think his 'magnanimous gesture' was caused more by math than his big heart. He knew he couldn't win and wasn't going to spend more of his own money losing.

As far as Huckabee goes, I think he is sticking around for a VP nod. Which, in 8 years could make him the front runner. I'd bet on President Huckabee before President Romney.

Abby

My LDS friends are still voting for him anyway...

John

RA, I partially agree with your Huckabee assessment. You're right about the fact that he is sticking around to get the VP nod, however, I think it is a naive hope on his part at best. If I were a betting man I think McCain would pick Romney as Veep before he would pick Huckabee. That article Huckabee wrote for Foreign Affairs sums up his not-so-hardline approach to rogue nations, and when push comes to shove, that perspective will eventually doom his VP aspirations, both in the mind of McCain and potential voters. Of course, I could be wrong... we'll see. :)

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